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Deepak Chopra on Living a Healthy and Fulfilling Life

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December 17, 2013
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Innovative thinker Deepak Chopra gives Diana Madison the Lowdown on his latest book "What Are You Hungry For?" Deepak dives into his thinking on the way that society eats and how America can put an end to obesity and diabetes. The author also gives a deeper insight as to why people eat and how his exercises can help prevent America from overeating.


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